Changes in the Chico Poker Network cashier
Reports on poker forums mention that the US-friendly site Chico has removed Skrill and Neteller from the cashier. This happened without any prior warning or explanation and has not affected all the players on the network.
Although in the beginning, many thought that the change was related to high volume grinders that represent high fees to the network, a representative of BetOnline on the 2+2 forum gave another explanation:
"I have not heard anything as of yet, but at a total guess, maybe its to do with new UK and EU regulations."
Six months after the events described above, several players were notified about the global shutdown of both payment methods:
Some players are lucky enough to still process payments as in the old days, but the removal of Skrill and Neteller from the Chico Network cashier is only a matter of time.
Alternatives to Skrill and Neteller
The essence of the problem in the relationship between payment methods and poker rooms does not lay in any law but in the massive fees that the sites must pay for each transfer involving Skrill and Neteller.
Chico Poker Network processes almost all payments via cryptocurrencies (87% of the transactions are made in BTC, but they have other options like Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, Stellar). This is mainly because Americans are the backbone of the traffic, and they have no other option.
Sooner or later, crypto will overcome Skrill and Neteller as a payment method.
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